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Dragon D1.XT Goggles Lens

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Frame: polyurethane
Lens: Polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: Unidirectional Air Flow System
Face Size:
  • Standard Frame
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Dragon D1.XT Goggles Lens

To assure a safe, pleasant experience on the mountains while snowboarding or skiing, keep in hand a pair of good goggles. Not only will these improve your vision, but it will keep you warm. The Dragon D1.XT Snowboard Goggles offer anti fog features, guaranteeing good vision while in action. It prevents strong wind and cold from hurting your eyes. The straps fit comfortably around the head, adding security. It's a must have, recommended for anyone looking to explore the mountains.

Key Features of The Dragon D1 XT Snowboard Goggles:
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Single Face Foam
  • 100% UV Protection
  • Anti Fog Lens
  • Polyurethane Frame
  • Large Fit


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Fantastic"

    , Oakland, CA
    Pros: Comfortable, Fit Size, Cons: None,

    These goggles are great. They don't fog up when you board. They fit well on the face.

  • "Sick Googles"

    , Aurora, OH
    Pros: no fog, durable, many colors Cons: large frame,

    Dragon googles are very good. These dont cut that short. They are very good and dont fog up very easy. They are also very durable and reliable. I liked that there were many colors to chose from too.

  • "Comfortable"

    Pros: Don't Fog, Good Perif, Cons: Little wide on my head,

    I picked up these goggles at the end of last year, they are a huge step up from my old ones. The peripheral on these is pretty darn good!

  • "Dragon Goggles"

    , Divide, CO
    Pros: Look Good, Cons: Fog Up Sometimes,

    My friend purchased these goggles at the mall recently and he loves them. He loves the way that they look and the way that they feel but he says they fog up sometimes.

  • "Awesome Goggles"

    Pros: Doesn't Fog, Very Durable, Awesome Looking Cons: None,

    I didn't expect much from these goggles despite the reviews, but I was blown away, these goggles are awesome for the price, they perform like $100+ pairs and they look just as good. I personally purchased the white with blue and I think they look awesome and I got many compliments on them from friends and strangers

  • "Great Value"

    Pros: Cheap, Looks Nice, Cons: Feels a little cheap,

    Got a pair of coal colored with amber lens. Thus far it's been a sweet look, especially for the value. I wouldn't recommend it to a pro but for a beginner to intermediate looking for something suitable, i recommend it. It's not particularly warm so that's something to consider. Hasn't fogged up yet but it's also pretty new still. I do want to note they they customer service was courteous enough to call me and let me know that while the frame was in stock, the lens I wanted (blue) was not and made their own recommendation, which I wholly trust. Thanks!

  • "Goggles"

    , Hillsboro,, OR
    Pros: doesnt fog, pretty durable, many colors to choose from, decent price Cons: couldn't find any yet,

    the dragon goggles are awesome. my friend let me demo his after mine kept fogging up. it's a hassle when u can't seen out them…but i didnt have a problem with these. the thing about these though is if ur looking for decent goggles for a decent price. these would probably be the one's ur looking for.

  • "Decent Entry-level goggles "

    , portland, OR
    Pros: large fit, helmet compatible, Cons: large profile, lenses replacable,

    These goggles are a fairly decent value for the beginner, but more active riders may want to seek out a set with a more robust set of features. They're not low-profile, and obstructed my peripheral vision a bit; in the same price range I prefer the Smith Fuses, although they tend to be a little snugger where helmets are involved.

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